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06/25/2017
By: Shelley_barnes_aol.com B.
Law Office of Stephen Parten
Not good! I don't recommend. Not professional, doesn't returnphone calls,takes your money and runs!!
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05/21/2015
By: Hotep R.
Law Office of Victoria E. Broussard
Mrs. Broussard is one attorney that has shown to truly care in and out of court. A Very Good Person to have in your corner. Thank You Mrs. V
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05/18/2015
By: victoria b.
Law Office of Victoria E. Broussard
"Victoria was very thorough and had undeniably researched all aspects that were going to be presented in my case. It was evident that she was fully prepared for each and every direction that was taken and could have been taken in my hearing. I sat in awe of her as I watched her knowledge and professionalism at work in the courtroom. I would highly recommend Victoria Broussard as she is a remarkable lawyer and I always felt that she was fully representing me and the best for me and my family." — S. McCauley, October 2010.
09/20/2014
By: Stacy S.
Van Orman Mary E
BEWARE! She is two faced. This lawyer treated me great throughout my child custody suit and had me thinking and firmly believing we had it in the bad and nothing to worry about. My ex made some awful claims about me that were PROVEN WRONG! On mediation day, when I refused to give him several extra days out if the month she screamed at me called me trash and told me I should give it to him because we can't go to court. I asked why not and she said "Because you will lose!" I said that I was a great mother and she told me I wasn't and accused me of the things my ex lied about. She is crazy. She lied to me about the order I signed and now I need to get another lawyer to change it. She's very UNTRUSTWORTHY!! She also treats her staff like crap.
11/20/2013
By: tammy.weaverarismendi
Grossman Law Firm PC
The best attorney to work for. I've been with Mr. Grossman for 30 years. He is honest, sincere, and cares for his clients.
08/05/2013
By: lynda.gardner.1428
Jay Dedrick W Attorney At Law
Jay is a fair priced attorney who seems to genuinely care about his clients. He has represented several people who are friends and family members of mine. If you retain Jay's services he will work with you on payments, and he has a good rapport with several of the D.A's. No one that has used him that I know has received jail time in the end. He will get you the best deal possible.
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07/02/2012
By: bill.bay
Schmude Law Firm Pc
Family attorneys are abundant, but good ones are rare... I strongly recommend John Schmude and the Schmude Law Firm and would use no other. Unlike most attorneys, John actually cares about his clients' well being and is dedicated to delivering results that are best for the family and not just wasting time. He's honest, smart and knows the law.
03/21/2010
By: conroeattorney42
William E Harrison Atty
My new address is 220 1/2 West Davis, Conroe, Texas 77301. My office number is (936) 539-5951. My fax number is (936) 539-5972.
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